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McLeod Health Announces Plans for New Hospital in Cheraw

Apr 10, 2024 | Public | 0 comments

The new hospital will be constructed on the current McLeod Health Cheraw property.

McLeod Health is pleased to announce plans to build a new hospital in Cheraw.  The $45 million facility will be constructed on the current McLeod Health Cheraw property and replace the current building, which was built in 1980.

Plans for the new facility will be to grow around the existing Emergency Department, Radiology, and possibly more retained facilities with new construction to be determined.

As McLeod Health Cheraw, McLeod assumed operation of the Chesterfield General Hospital in 2015, leasing it from the owner to serve Chesterfield, Marlboro, and surrounding counties. McLeod plans to purchase the existing hospital and property for $5.8 million. Construction on the new hospital should begin in 2024-2025.

The new facility supports the expansion of surgery, orthopedics and other specialties with recruiting planned to attract additional surgeons, specialists and primary care physicians.

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